[LISTEN] CT taxi driver who helped epileptic child given R6,000 fine
Jack Arthur Williams (40) was slapped with a R6,000 traffic fine and had his professional driving permit confiscated while trying to save the life of an epileptic child who had 10 epileptic fits during traffic.
[LISTEN] ANC veteran Pallo Jordan: Mbeki's land document unfortunate
Former President Thabo Mbeki has questioned the ANC's stance on land expropriation without compensation.
[LISTEN] Are there more storms globally this year? Expert weighs in
Radio 702 host Joanne Joseph interviews climate expert Dr Luciana Esteves.
[LISTEN] Why DStv Premium is on a downward spiral
Tech expert Arthur Goldstuck says that DStv's current business model for its Premium users needs urgent fixing.
[LISTEN] Leaving your home with dagga: What happens at a road block?
Cape Talk host Kieno Kammies interviews criminal law specialist William Booth about the wider impact of the dagga ruling.
[LISTEN] Being a millennial entrepreneur
Stacey Ferreira (26) founded MySocialCloud, a cloud-based bookmark vault and password website that manages user’s logins, passwords, and bookmarks in one simple, secure place on the cloud.
[LISTEN] Kurt Darren on music and all the money he’s making from it
Kurt Darren opens up about his journey to success and money.
[LISTEN] Why there’s big money in the legal marijuana industry
It’s now legal in South Africa to grow and consume dagga for personal use.
[LISTEN] Why Mmusi Maimane wants to be WC premier
Political Futures Consultancy analyst Daniel Silke explains why Mmusi Maimane might be in the running to become the next premier of the Western Cape.
[LISTEN] Treasury not in favour of zero-rating chicken. Here's why
CapeTalk's Africa Melane interviewed Ismail Momoniat, deputy Director-General at National Treasury.
[LISTEN] Why a KFC advert featuring a spinning 'Gusheshe' was banned
The Streetwise 2 advert, meant to be a cool depiction of street life, was shown on television before it was pulled.
[LISTEN] Grassy Park CPF calls for total ban of toy gun replicas
CapeTalk host Kieno Kammies interviews the spokesperson for the Grassy Park forum, Phillip Bam.
[LISTEN] 3 reasons why farmland prices dropped 32%
Kieno Kammies speaks to Johann Bornman, an economist and the chairperson of Agri Development Solutions.
[LISTEN] #Depression: Talking about men's mental health
Suicide survivor Daryl Brown opens up about his battle with depression during an interview with CapeTalk host Kieno Kammies.
[LISTEN] City explains why refuse still not collected in parts of Joburg
CapeTalk host Africa Melane interviews Nico de Jager, Johannesburg MMC for Environment and Infrastructure Services about the Pikitup strike.
[LISTEN] 'How to steal a city: The Battle of Nelson Mandela Bay'
Talk Radio 702's Eusebius McKaiser interviews Dr Crispian Olver, author of 'How to steal a city: The Battle of Nelson Mandela Bay'.
[LISTEN] 5 ways to cope with a recession
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Cannon Asset Managers CEO Dr Adrian Saville about the country's recession.
[LISTEN] Comedian David Kau on being funny, money & career success
Every week The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews a famous person about their attitude on money. This week, comedian David Kau shares his thoughts.